Shaping cybersecurity research, innovation and training in Europe
SPARTA is an European initiative to develop an ambitious research and innovation roadmap leveraging Europe’s strengths and opportunities, across multiple disciplines, maturity levels, and geographical locations. It is formed by a growing consortium of 44 partners from all four corners of Europe and fortiss is delighted to be part of SPARTA. fortiss is supporting SPARTA by advancing in key areas for Europe’s strategic autonomy, in particular, for the Continuous Assessment in Polymorphous Environments, where fortiss leads the task on Safety and Security, and High-Assurance Intelligent Infrastructure Toolkit, where fortiss provides languages for evidential transactions.
fortiss is leading the task on Convergence of security and safety. Our main goal is develop techniques fort he integration of safety and security. This task’s main goal is to develop a process that integrates safety and security, where security and safety assessments are carried out in parallel with the same priority increasing thus both the safety and security of the system.
For this, we identify the following seven challenges which will be tackled during the execution of this task:
This task will also study how models of safety and security can be used to identify potential interactions between safety and security properties. The task will deliver procedures to assess components and systems both for cybersecurity and safety.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 830892.
01.02.2019 - 30.06.2022
Dr. Holger Pfeifer